Northside Elementary

Readers Become Leaders5th Grade Art ProjectFirst Day of SchoolMoneyDot Day

Students created dot pictures based on the book, The Dot , in art.


Remember no matter the age of your children we are asking that they read 30 minutes a night. September is Library Card Sign Up Month so head over to the DeSoto Library and get a free public library card.



Power Up the Library October 1st-7th

On July 21, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a certificate officially declaring October 1-7, 2017 as Power Up at Your Library Week (Power Up Week). As a part of Power Up Week all types of libraries statewide are invited to showcase innovation, creative programming, and dynamic leadership by organizing events geared to promote technology, innovation, creativity, and literacy in their respective communities.
Be on the look out for letters sent home with your children on joining the library media specialist for fun activities celebrating that week in the library before school.  Devices can be brought on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. Students will need a library pass to attend the activities available from Miss Taylor.



Web WidgetWednesday



A day highlighting technology, tinkering, and maker spaces – Legos, computers, laptops, or mobile devices we are emphasizing creative programming and design building.

A day featuring all things web related (eBooks, audiobooks via Follet, databases, & e-magazines, etc.) in the library.

A day that doesn’t require much (any) electricity or technology (Rubik's cubes, Dewey Match, board games, and card games)



A day celebrating competitive AR reading scores/points.


Book Fair Preview

Coming October 9th- 13th
Parents come and shop with your students beginning at 7:15 a.m. on Tuesday, the 10th.

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